Interns and volunteers in this program are exposed to all aspects of prosecution and preparation, from warrant to trial. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to reviewing cases, assisting/observing Criminal Investigators, attending court, and working on special projects.
Interns of the Criminal Investigations Unit must be of Junior or Senior standing in their undergraduate work or in graduate school (Minimal GPA 2.75). Students majoring in pre-law, criminal justice or social services and with internship requirement for school credit will receive priority consideration. A completed application must be submitted by the corresponding deadline. Prospective interns who successfully complete the application process and pass the background check will be invited for a formal interview. Interns accepted into the program must attend orientation. The application deadline for Spring 2018 internships is noon, Nov. 1, 2017. All materials and letters of recommendation must be received in this office by that time for applications to be considered.
For more information, please contact Inv. Kim Isaza at email@example.com.